Discussion in 'Sequencing Software' started by jeffou2, Apr 6, 2003.
could i convert a wave to midi ?
what is the soft that do it
i was wondering about that too but i cannot find one
Intelliscore can do it. it comes in monophonic n polyphonic forms. theres one convertor from musicrobot.com tt can convert mic input in real time. So its good if u are playing ur sax or guitar live into the mic and convert it right away.
theres a program called Digital Ear for that and Kantos Dx/VST has something like that....nothing is that advanced for it...Look for Digital Ear though
Get ready to do lots of editing though...
I've tried many 'wav-to-mid'-converters, legal and illegal, and they never did what I wanted. It's impossible to convert a song with several vocals and instruments, (even a song with two melody lines) and when you have a song with just one instrument and one melody, it's still very difficult to convert well, and you still keep a lot of work by editing the midi. You'd better search the Internet for the song, or play it on the keyboard and record it with a MIDI cable on your computer.
Forget those wav to midi converters. For the most part they're a waste of your time. You're better off searching Google for a midi file and editing the file to your liking or just writing from scratch with a midi keyboard.
midi to wave is ok but wave to midi, the real one player says it can do it but NO.
I used Cubase to see if I could do it but NO
wjhere can u get intelliscore?
Ive tried using a wav-to-midi converter and I could never get it to work
You're not alone in that respect. Many have tried and many have failed. There is no perfect wav to midi converter on the market at the present time to my knowledge. Some will do a reasonable job if you're only converting one instrument/one note at a time but not an entire song with all the instruments and many melodies at once.
is that possible realy
such converters unfurtunately don't work...
Is there any technology in the works that might be able to convert WAVE to MIDI?
Go to www.download.com and look up WAV to MIDI. I found a few programs, but I'm not sure if they're any good or not. I experimented with one a long time ago, and it would only let you record thru a mic, and it didn't sound anything like it was supposed to.
If you only have one melody line in your wave file, say, a guitar playing a solo, it might work well enough. But if you're thinking about using it for pop music and such, I think you're out of luck.
seems that the more complex the wav, the more complex the midi will turn out.......there r several converters but how bout one where it convert wav to midi and also include a sequencing software package? hehe just an idea
It's a great idea n9 but it's just not been accomplished to this point.
Thanks for the information
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